KR100507583B1 - Apparatus for Laminating Green Sheet - Google Patents

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KR100507583B1
KR100507583B1 KR20040003331A KR20040003331A KR100507583B1 KR 100507583 B1 KR100507583 B1 KR 100507583B1 KR 20040003331 A KR20040003331 A KR 20040003331A KR 20040003331 A KR20040003331 A KR 20040003331A KR 100507583 B1 KR100507583 B1 KR 100507583B1
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Abstract

The present invention provides a green sheet lamination apparatus that can be supplied to a glass panel while maintaining the unwinding direction of the supplied green sheet while being unwound from the bobbin wound state, and prevent damage to the green sheet surface due to reverse bending. It is about. According to the present invention, a green roller is wound around the material roller, the glass panel is installed adjacent to the upper surface of the green sheet is guided from the material roller to the upper surface of the glass panel, and the lower protective film bonded to the lower surface of the green sheet A lamination head for guiding and peeling off in a direction opposite to the direction of travel of the green sheet, a recovery roller for winding and recovering the lower protective film separated from the green sheet, and installed between the material roller and the lamination head so that the green sheet is Provided is a green sheet lamination apparatus including a cutting unit for cutting to a size of a glass panel and a hot roller which is pressed while heating the green sheet and bonded to an upper surface of the glass panel. According to the present invention, it is possible to prevent the green sheet from being bent repeatedly, thereby preventing the non-uniformity of the molding layer from occurring after the parting line is generated or combined with the glass panel on the green sheet.

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Green Sheet Lamination Device {Apparatus for Laminating Green Sheet}

The present invention relates to a green sheet lamination apparatus for bonding a green sheet to a glass panel to form dielectric layers and barrier ribs of a plasma display panel (PDP). In particular, the green sheet supplied while being unwound from a bobbin (material roller) is kept in the unwinding direction and is supplied to the glass panel while undergoing a small change in curvature to reverse bending. The present invention relates to a green sheet lamination device capable of preventing damage to the green sheet surface.

1 is a cross-sectional view illustrating the configuration of a green sheet.

As shown in FIG. 1, the green sheet 1 is composed of a ceramic film layer 2 having protective films 3 and 3 ′ attached to upper and lower surfaces thereof. The protective films 3 and 3 'are usually made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) material.

Figure 2 is a schematic diagram illustrating the configuration of a conventional green sheet lamination device.

As shown in FIG. 2, the conventional green sheet lamination apparatus includes a material roller 20 for supplying the green sheet 1 and a ceramic film layer 2 of the green sheet 1 with the protective film 3 peeled off. It comprises a lamination head (not shown) to align the desired position of the glass panel 4 and a hot roller (60) for pressing and pressing the green sheet 1 and the glass panel (4). Meanwhile, the conventional green sheet lamination apparatus further includes a recovery roller 30 winding the protective film 3 peeled off from the green sheet 1, and a cutting unit 50 for cutting the green sheet 1 to a desired length. do.

As shown in FIG. 2, the conventional green sheet lamination apparatus has a direction (clockwise) in which the green sheet 1 is wound from the material roller 20 and wound around the material roller at an idle roller 81. Bent in the opposite direction (counterclockwise), peeled back from the idle roller 82 and then bent in the opposite direction (clockwise), and once again through the cutting unit 50 in the opposite direction (counterclockwise) After bending to be pressed to the glass panel (4). As described above, while the green sheet 1 repeatedly undergoes bending and reverse bending, non-uniform damage occurs on the surface of the green sheet 1 formed by bonding materials having different elasticity and plastic strength. This damaged part remains even after being pressed onto the glass panel 4, which leads to a defective product.

On the other hand, in the conventional lamination apparatus, since the operation of removing the protective film 3 of the green sheet 1 is performed before the glass panel 4 enters the lamination apparatus, the ceramic film layer 2 is exposed to the atmosphere. Often, the state was maintained for a certain time. As a result, when the time exposed to the air becomes longer, the bonding between the green sheet 1 and the glass panel 4 may not be performed smoothly, thereby deteriorating the bonding performance of the device.

Therefore, there is a great need to develop a green sheet lamination device capable of avoiding damage caused by repeated bending and reverse bending, and bonding the green sheet 1 to the glass panel 4 immediately after peeling.

The present invention was developed to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a green sheet lamination apparatus that prevents the green sheet from repeatedly receiving bending and reverse bending while pressing the green sheet to the glass panel. It is.

The object of the present invention as described above is installed adjacent to the upper surface of the material roller, the glass panel, the green sheet is wound to guide the green sheet from the material roller to the upper surface of the glass panel, and bonded to the lower surface of the green sheet Lamination head to guide and peel off the lower protective film in the direction opposite to the traveling direction of the green sheet, recovery roller for winding the lower protective film separated from the green sheet, is installed between the material roller and the lamination head It is achieved by providing a green sheet lamination apparatus including a cutting unit for cutting the green sheet to the size of the glass panel and a hot roller which is pressed while heating the green sheet and bonded to the upper surface of the glass panel.

Here, it is preferable to further include a horizontal table for transporting and aligning the glass panel at a predetermined position and maintaining the temperature of the glass panel.

Here, it is preferable that the green sheet supplied while being released from the raw material roller does not have a bending displacement in a direction opposite to the bending displacement in the state of being wound on the raw material roller until the lower protective film is peeled off from the lamination head.

Here, the lamination head is a vacuum plate for adsorbing the end of the green sheet, and the lower protective film is put on the end so that the recovery roller is wound around the lower protective film as the lower protective film is the green It is desirable to have a knife to help peel off from the sheet.

Here, the alignment camera is installed to be elevated above the end of the lamination head to detect the position when the lamination head to align the green sheet on the glass panel, and receives the image information detected by the alignment camera Preferably, the controller further includes a control unit for moving the lamination head to correct the position of the lamination head.

Here, the cutting unit may include a cutting table through which the green sheet passes through surface contact with the upper surface, a cutting head provided on the cutting table to rotate and cutting the green sheet while rotating the cutting head on the cutting table. It is preferred to include a head conveying portion.

Here, the cutting head conveying unit is preferably composed of a plurality of linear conveying means for conveying the cutting head in a direction parallel to and perpendicular to the upper surface of the cutting table.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a side view illustrating a schematic configuration of a lamination device according to the present invention.

As shown in Figure 3a, the green sheet lamination device 100 according to the present invention, a horizontal table 70 for fixing the glass panel 4 and aligned in position, the protective film 3 is attached to the upper and lower surfaces Lamination for peeling the lower protective film 3 from the green sheet 1 composed of the ceramic film layer 2 and aligning the ceramic film layer 2 to a desired position in order to compress the glass film 4 to the glass panel 4. The hot roller 60 for heating the head 10, the green sheet 1 to be bonded to the upper surface of the glass panel 4, the material rollers 20 and 20 'for supplying the green sheet 1, and the green Cutting having recovery rollers 30 and 30 'which wind the protective film 3 peeled off from the ceramic film layer 2 in the sheet 1, and a cutting head 51 which cuts the green sheet 1 at a desired position. Unit 50.

FIG. 3 shows that the green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention includes two material rollers 20 and 20 'and two recovery rollers 30 and 30', but the present invention provides two materials. It is not necessary to be provided with a roller and a recovery roller, and may be provided one by one or more than one.

The hot roller 60 is rotated while pressing the upper surface when the green sheet 1 is placed in a position where the green sheet 1 is pressed with the glass panel 4 so that the green sheet 1 and the glass panel 4 are pressed. Perform the function. In addition, the hot roller 60 is provided with a heater (not shown) for heating the hot roller 60 so that the portion of the green sheet 1 in contact with the hot roller 60 is heated.

The material rollers 20 and 20 'are configured in the form of bobbins that are wound around the green sheet 1, and the green sheet 1 is unwound and supplied in accordance with the traveling speed of the green sheet 1. As mentioned above, a plurality of material rollers 20 and 20 'may be provided as necessary.

The recovery rollers 30 and 30 ′ are configured in the form of bobbins for winding the protective film 3 peeled off from the green sheet 1 in the lamination head 10 and winding the protective film 3 at a working speed. As a result, the peeling proceeds continuously.

It is preferable that an alignment camera 80 is provided above the lamination head 10 so as to be movable upward and downward. The alignment camera 80 detects whether the position falls within an error range when aligning the green sheet 1 on the glass panel 4, which is detected by the alignment camera 80. The position of the lamination head 10 may be precisely controlled by the user's manipulation from the image information or by an automatic adjustment algorithm built in a separate controller (not shown). Up and down movement of the alignment camera 80 can be driven using a linear motion mechanism such as a hydraulic cylinder having a predetermined stroke.

The horizontal table 70 is fixed with a glass panel 4 placed on an upper surface thereof, and a predetermined heat insulating part (not shown) for maintaining the temperature of the heated glass panel 4 before flowing into the green sheet lamination device. And a conveying part (not shown) for conveying the horizontal table in the same direction as the advancing direction of the green sheet, and a direction adjusting part (not shown) for finely adjusting a position and a direction on the plane of the horizontal table.

As shown in FIG. 3B, the direction adjuster performs a function of finely adjusting the position of the x-axis and y-axis directions and the rotation angle around the z-axis on the plane of the horizontal table. This ensures that the green sheet and glass panel are bonded in the correct position. Known means may be used as the heat insulating part, the conveying part, and the direction adjusting part, respectively. For example, the insulation portion may be an electric heater, the transfer portion may be composed of a linear guide (parallel guide) installed side by side in the conveying direction and a motor for driving the linear guide, the direction adjusting portion of the rectangular shape It may be composed of a linear guide installed in parallel to the three sides of the horizontal table 70 and a motor for driving the linear guide.

3C shows an enlarged view of portion A of FIG. 3A.

As shown in FIG. 3C, the lamination head 10 includes a vacuum plate 11 for adsorbing an end of the green sheet and a knife 12 having a sharp end. The lower protective film 3 of the sheet 1 can be peeled off. That is, the hot roller 60 for pressing the upper portion of the green sheet while rotating the lower protective film 3 of the green sheet 1 to the pointed end of the knife 12 is rotated to the The lower protective film 3 is peeled from the green sheet 1 by pulling the lower protective film 3 and at the same time pulling the lower protective film 3 while the recovery rollers 30 and 30 'are wound. In addition, the lamination head 10 performs a function of aligning the end portion of the green sheet 1 to a predetermined attachment position on the glass panel 4.

4 shows a side view of the cutting unit.

As shown in FIG. 4, the cutting unit 50 includes a cutting table 56 through which the green sheet 1 passes on an upper surface thereof, and a rotation table provided on the cutting table 56 while rotating the green sheet 1. Cutting head 51 for cutting the cutting head 51 into a predetermined length and the cutting head for feeding the cutting head in the x ', y' and z 'axis directions with respect to the green sheet 1 on the cutting table 56. It is configured to include a transfer unit. Here, x ', y' and z 'axis is a Cartesian coordinate system based on the cutting table 56 as shown in the figure. The cutting head conveying unit, the x'-axis conveying unit 55 for transferring the cutting head 51 in a direction perpendicular to the drawing (x 'axis direction) on the cutting table 56, the cutting table 56 on the The cutting head 51 in a direction (z-axis direction) perpendicular to the y'-axis feeder 53 and the cutting table 56 that transfers the cutting head 51 along the traveling direction of the green sheet 1. It has a z 'axis transfer unit 52 for conveying.

The cutting head 51 is connected to a motor (not shown) to rotate and cut the green sheet 1. The x'-axis conveying part 55 is formed of a linear guide and transfers the cutting head 51 to the green sheet 1 while moving the green sheet 1 in a direction perpendicular to the advancing direction (x-axis direction). ) Will be cut. It is preferable that the y'-axis and the z'-axis conveying portions 53 and 52 are constituted by hydraulic cylinders. On the other hand, an angle adjusting unit (not shown) for finely adjusting the rotation angle of the cutting head 51 with respect to the z 'axis, and the vacuum plate 54 for adsorbing and fixing the green sheet on the cutting table during the cutting operation It is preferable that it is further provided.

The x'-, y'- and z'-axis feed units 52, 53, and 55 may be configured as linear guides or hydraulic cylinders, respectively, but are not limited thereto. Various linear feed means may be used.

5 is an enlarged view of a portion B of FIG. 4.

As shown in FIG. 5, the cutting cutter of the cutting head 51 on the cutting unit 50 does not completely cut the green sheet, but a half cutting method of cutting only the ceramic film layer 2. Use By doing so, the lower protective film 3 can be recovered while being continuously wound in the recovery rollers 30 and 30 ', and at the same time, the green sheet 1 can be continuously made.

Hereinafter, a process of pressing the green sheet to the glass panel using the green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention will be described.

6A to 6F are views illustrating a process of compressing the green sheet to the glass panel using the green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 6A, in the working standby state, the lamination head 10 and the alignment camera 80 face downward and the hot roller 60 remains out of the state. As shown in FIG. 6B, the glass panel 4 and the green sheet 1 are supplied in the state in which the components are arranged in the same manner as the work waiting state. As shown in FIG. 6C, the supplied glass panel 4 and the green sheet 1 are aligned to compress the end portion of the green sheet 1 to the front end portion of the glass panel 4 with the lamination head 10. After that, the alignment camera 80 is lifted up. Then, as shown in FIG. 6D, the lamination head 10 is lifted up and the hot roller 60 is pulled into the crimped position. Then, the green roller 1 is rotated by rotating the hot roller 60. The process of joining to the panel 4 is started. The glass panel 4 and the green sheet 1 are advanced while continuously bonding the green sheet 1 supplied to a predetermined length while the hot roller 60 continues to rotate in the crimping position. As shown in FIG. 6E, upon completion of the joining operation, the hot roller 60 is lifted up and the knife is retracted. It returns to the work waiting state as shown in FIG. 6F again.

In the green sheet lamination apparatus 100 according to the present invention, in the process of attaching the green sheet 1 to the glass panel, the green sheet 1 supplied from the material rollers 20 and 20 'is wound and The components are arranged so as not to be bent in the opposite direction. That is, the green sheet 1 wound on the material rollers 20 and 20 'is supplied to the table of the cutting unit in the feeding direction while being unwinded, and is transported along the table surface, and then the lamination head 10 Is supplied to the end of That is, the winding curvature of the green sheet 1 is maintained in a predetermined range by keeping the unwinding direction the same, and the reverse bending in the opposite direction to the direction in which the bending is applied is prevented.

As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to prevent the green sheet 1 from being repeatedly bent, so that a parting line occurs on the green sheet 1 or is combined with the glass panel 4. After this, the non-uniformity of the forming layer can be prevented.

In addition, since the lower protective film of the green sheet 1 is peeled off immediately before being pressed onto the glass panel 4, even if the entrance of the glass is delayed, the defect that the previously opened ceramic film layer portion is unevenly pressed can be prevented. have.

In addition, since the cutting of the green sheet 1 is conventionally performed during the lamination, the margin management is easily performed by cutting before the lamination proceeds that the margin of change is large.

In the above, certain preferred embodiments of the present invention have been illustrated and described. However, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications can be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the gist of the present invention as claimed in the claims. will be. Particularly, in the above-described embodiment, the lamination of the green sheet has been described as an example, but the present invention may be applied to lamination of other types of films having a predetermined thickness, which is also within the scope of the present invention.

1 is a partial cross-sectional view of a green sheet.

Figure 2 is a side view schematically showing a conventional green sheet lamination device.

Figure 3a is a side view schematically showing a green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention.

3B is an enlarged view of portion A of FIG. 3A.

3C is a plan view of a horizontal table illustrating a method of correcting the position and direction of the horizontal table shown in FIG. 3A.

Figure 4 is a side view of the cutting unit used in the green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention.

5 is an enlarged view of a portion B of FIG. 4.

Figures 6a to 6f is a view for explaining a step of bonding the green sheet on the glass panel using the green sheet lamination apparatus according to the present invention.

<Explanation of symbols for the main parts of the drawings>

1: green sheet 10: lamination head

20: material roller 30: recovery roller

50: cutting unit 60: hot roller

70: horizontal table

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  1. Green material rolled material roller;
    It is installed adjacent to the upper surface of the glass panel and guides the green sheet from the material roller to the upper surface of the glass panel, and simultaneously peels off the lower protective film bonded to the lower surface of the green sheet in the opposite direction to the traveling direction of the green sheet. Laminating head;
    A recovery roller which winds and recovers the lower protective film separated from the green sheet;
    A cutting unit installed between the material roller and the lamination head to cut the green sheet according to the size of the glass panel; And
    It comprises a hot roller that is bonded to the upper surface of the glass panel by pressing while heating the green sheet,
    The cutting unit may include: a cutting table through which a green sheet passes through surface contact with an upper surface thereof; A cutting head provided on the cutting table to cut the green sheet while rotating; And a cutting head transfer unit configured to move the cutting head on the cutting table.
    And the lower protective film bonded to the lower surface of the green sheet when the cutting head cuts the green sheet is not cut.
  2. The green sheet lamination device according to claim 1, further comprising a horizontal table for transferring the glass panel and aligning the glass panel at a predetermined position.
  3. According to claim 1 or 2, wherein the green sheet supplied while being released from the material roller, the bending in the opposite direction to the bending displacement having in the state wound on the material roller until the lower protective film is peeled off from the lamination head Green sheet lamination device characterized in that it does not have a displacement.
  4. The lamination head according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the lamination head comprises a vacuum plate for adsorbing the end of the green sheet and the lower protective film on the end, so that the recovery roller winds the lower protective film. And a knife to help the lower protective film peel off from the green sheet.
  5. The alignment camera according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the alignment camera is installed above the end of the lamination head so as to be able to sense its position when the lamination head aligns the green sheet to the glass panel. And a control unit configured to move the lamination head to receive the image information sensed by the camera and to correct the position of the lamination head.
  6. delete
  7. The method of claim 1,
    The cutting head transfer unit,
    And a plurality of straight line conveying means for conveying the cutting head in a direction parallel to and perpendicular to an upper surface of the cutting table.
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